The true Scot's insider's guide to the very best Scotland has to offer. Fully revised and updated in Pete Irvine's own unique style, the 13th edition includes over 2000 recommendations for every type of adventure.
Trusted for over 20 years, this fully comprehensive and independent guide to Scotland gives you only the very best recommendations, whatever your budget.Discover stunning scenery, landscapes and historical highlightsFind the best coastal walks, city strolls and sight-seeing spotsEat at the best local cafes and regional restaurantsGreat advice on where to sleep, from wild camping to boutique hotelsExplore the true culture of Scotland and discover local, hidden gems
Peter Irvine is your personal guide to the very best of Scotland. From the streets of Edinburgh to the Western Isles, he's visited, rated and remarked on entry bringing together the must-see highlights of Scotland. The 13th edition is the perfect travel companion, complete with essential information including web sites, phone numbers, costs and top tips to give you the best experience of Scotland.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 448
Weight: 670 g
Dimensions: 210 x 135 x 29 mm
Edition: 13th Revised edition
'Makes all other guides to Scotland redundant' - The Sunday Times
'The book is also a gospel, a love poem to Scotland and a patriotic tract' - The Observer
'The book has become the definitive description of Scotland for visitors and residents alike - covering everything from the best fine dining to the best wilderness walks to get away from it all' - Press and Journal
'Nobody tells it better...All that's wonderful about Scotland is in the book' - Daily Express
'His guidebook is a bible for visitors paying homage to Caledonia, and with a new edition out all eyes are on this Scottish renaissance man's next move' - The Times Scottish Edition
'If you want to know the top 10 places to eat in Edinburgh right now, look no further than the latest edition of guidebook guru Peter Irvine's Scotland the Best' - Daily Record
'The only guide worth a damn' - The Scotsman
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